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How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 9:20am On Apr 03, 2023
To the glory of God, and the victory of mankind, we are here once again to take up another building project. The construction of a commercial property. The details are below.

Project: Construction of a new block of shops
Location: Enugu, Enugu state
Client: A Nairalander
Contractors: Spyder880 builders
Architects: Casa-Phils designs (08061116988)
Duration: 1 year
Budget: to be revealed later.

Please join us as we bring this project to life, we promise to update the thread with recent pictures of work progress.

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 9:20am On Apr 03, 2023
This is the land where we intend to build this set of shops..............

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 9:20am On Apr 03, 2023
This land has a private forest reserve as the boundary plot, with a lot of overgrown trees and palms, our first work will be to cut down about 20 trees before we can secure the boundaries of this land...............

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 9:23am On Apr 03, 2023
So we started to cut down a lot of trees, starting from the biggest ones...........

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 9:52am On Apr 03, 2023
Sad that we will lose all those shed provided by the big trees, but it's to make way for the fence of this land........

We also have a standing structure which was in this land, the house will not be demolished for now, instead we will use it as a cement store and a worker's quarters for now.

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:07am On Apr 03, 2023
More pictures as we supply more blocks, sand, gravel and other building materials for the start of works on this site...........

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:19am On Apr 03, 2023
Then I assembled a team of workers to tackle the fence foundation, and other works at this preparatory stages.............

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by CARLOSZ: 10:22am On Apr 03, 2023
I already secured this space and will be observing from here.

Daalu cheesy

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:26am On Apr 03, 2023
CARLOSZ:
I already secured this space and will be observing from here.

Daalu cheesy

Welcome bro
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:28am On Apr 03, 2023
Foundation for the fence of this land...........

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:31am On Apr 03, 2023
More foundation excavation..........

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:34am On Apr 03, 2023
We didn't waste time in blinding the foundation, or in laying fence walls on this land.........

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:38am On Apr 03, 2023
Raising the fence walls............

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by CARLOSZ: 12:51pm On Apr 03, 2023
spyder880:


Welcome bro

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by michlins(m): 1:12pm On Apr 03, 2023
I don land

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by iconix(m): 1:49pm On Apr 03, 2023
The way you manage projects simultaneously is amazing.

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 2:22pm On Apr 03, 2023
iconix:
The way you manage projects simultaneously is amazing.

Thank you bro, na God dey help us.
michlins:
I don land

Welcome bro.

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by donforeign: 11:11pm On Apr 03, 2023
This place looks like a remote area, why build
up stores ? Just asking
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 7:25am On Apr 04, 2023
donforeign:
This place looks like a remote area, why build
up stores ? Just asking

Yes it's a remote area, but very accessible. This location is just 10 minutes off the Enugu airports, and there is a need for storage facilities here in the form of shops for those who wants to stock materials. This location is also ideal to store foodstuffs, bags of rice, some dried and processed food, garri and palm oil are cheaper and available locally here. People will need a storage point to gather these locally produced items before moving them to the cities.

Another reason is that we are taking positions for future developments. This location falls within where the new incoming governor has as his home base, this major road in the front of this land is tarred, and we expect it to be done again in this dispensation since it leads to the house of another big wig in Enugu politics. The whole area is opening up and people from inside Enugu town are slowly relocating to this area for lower rents.
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 7:38am On Apr 04, 2023
More work done at this site yesterday...........

This is the back of the land at the extreme end where we plan to put an office.

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by donforeign: 8:56am On Apr 04, 2023
spyder880:


Yes it's a remote area, but very accessible. This location is just 10 minutes off the Enugu airports, and there is a need for storage facilities here in the form of shops for those who wants to stock materials. This location is also ideal to store foodstuffs, bags if rice, some dried and processed food, arrived and oil are cheaper and available locally here. People will need a storage point to gather these locally produced items before moving them to the cities.

Another reason is that we are taking positions for future developments. This location falls within where the new incoming governor has as his home base, this major road in the front of this land is tarred, and we expect it to be done again in this dispensation since it leads to the house of another big wig in Enugu politics. The whole area is opening up and people from inside Enugu town are slowly relocating to this area for lower rents.
wow wow.. thanks for taking your time to respond, I appreciate. God bless you.

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by Badgers14: 9:12pm On Apr 04, 2023
spyder880:
To the glory of God, and the victory of mankind, we are here once again to take up another building project. The construction of a commercial property. The details are below.

Project: Construction of a new block of shops
Location: Enugu, Enugu state
Client: A Nairalander
Contractors: Spyder880 builders
Architects: Casa-Phils designs (08061116988)
Duration: 1 year
Budget: to be revealed later.

Please join us as we bring this project to life, we promise to update the thread with recent pictures of work progress.

Mr. Spyder, what size of land can fit this project comfortably?
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 11:49pm On Apr 04, 2023
Badgers14:


Mr. Spyder, what size of land can fit this project comfortably?

100 x 100 land. Although what we have is a 60 x 200 land, we will fit the shops in a different arrangement.

Welcome.
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by Badgers14: 12:14am On Apr 05, 2023
spyder880:


100 x 100 land. Although what we have is a 60 x 200 land, we will fit the shops in a different arrangement.

Welcome.

How many lock up shops will be in the structure?
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by whirlwind7(m): 7:00am On Apr 05, 2023
spyder880:


Yes it's a remote area, but very accessible. This location is just 10 minutes off the Enugu airports, and there is a need for storage facilities here in the form of shops for those who wants to stock materials. This location is also ideal to store foodstuffs, bags of rice, some dried and processed food, garri and palm oil are cheaper and available locally here. People will need a storage point to gather these locally produced items before moving them to the cities.

Another reason is that we are taking positions for future developments. This location falls within where the new incoming governor has as his home base, this major road in the front of this land is tarred, and we expect it to be done again in this dispensation since it leads to the house of another big wig in Enugu politics. The whole area is opening up and people from inside Enugu town are slowly relocating to this area for lower rents

What part of Enugu is this, and what is the average cost of a plot of land around here?
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 12:29pm On Apr 05, 2023
Badgers14:


How many lock up shops will be in the structure?

I am planning for 12 on the ground floor, then two more floors, total of about 36.
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 12:30pm On Apr 05, 2023
whirlwind7:


What part of Enugu is this, and what is the average cost of a plot of land around here?

Emene/Akpouga area. Land there is an average of 4m depending on where it is.

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by Badgers14: 9:45pm On Apr 05, 2023
spyder880:


I am planning for 12 on the ground floor, then two more floors, total of about 36.

Good luck my oga.

We your online family are cheering for you!!

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Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:31pm On Apr 05, 2023
Badgers14:


Good luck my oga.

We your online family are cheering for you!!

Thank you my brother. God bless you.
Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:33pm On Apr 05, 2023
Cutting up and packing the wood from the trees we have felled...........

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by spyder880(m): 10:41pm On Apr 05, 2023
Cutting up the coconut tree before we will remove it.

Re: How We Built The Block Of Lock-up Shops In Enugu by Dangrace01: 10:49pm On Apr 05, 2023
I greet oh

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